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Ambitions Personnel Celebrates VE Day 75


Aisling Harrison Claire Bishop, Blog, Charity...

While Ambitions Personnel, and the rest of the world, has had to alter initial plans to celebrate VE Day 75, as you can see, we’re still honouring this incredibly important day in history.

The 75th VE Day anniversary will honour the end of World War II while the nation remembers the enormous sacrifice, bravery and strength of people from all walks of life to see their country through a horrendous period.

As a celebration, VE Day reminds us all how significant these acts of courage are. And while the 75th VE Day anniversary falls in a time of fear and panic, it is these same acts of kindness and determination that are seeing us all through our current time of great despair.

To show that at Ambitions we acknowledge and appreciate what others gave to ensure the freedom we value and enjoy today, we created a personal tribute to the 75th VE Day at our Newark office.

The Newark team were lucky enough to be paid a visit from the extremely talented Claire Andrews, professional photographer and owner of Little Posy Photography. To support Newark charity, Beaumond House Hospice and their #fillthegap campaign, Claire has launched her own Doorstep Photos fundraiser.

(Left to right - Katrina Pidhorodeckyj - Recruitment Consultant, Kalon Lowe - Driving Consultant, Demie Haggar - Branch Manager, Claire Bishop - Director, Ashleigh Haggar - Account Manager and Becky Gench - Operations Director). 



​Along with her camera, Claire enjoys her daily exercise while stopping to take fantastic pictures of local families and businesses, in return she asks people to donate to a great cause.

Ambitions would like to thank Claire for her terrific photography work and her generosity towards a charity that was already very close to our hearts. Read more here.

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We may not be able to have mass gatherings, but Ambitions is grateful to be able to mark the 75th VE Day by supporting the front line workers at Beaumond House Community Hospice.